Dodgers shortstop Pee Wee Reese—here turning a double play in 1955 as Brooklyn finally beat the Yankees in a World Series after five vain tries—was the clubhouse leader of the famed Boys of Summer (page 50).
Forty-niners rookie running back Terry Jackson is welcomed to the NFL with closed arms by Chargers linebacker Eric Hill.
These women aren't modeling the latest in evening gloves; they're some of the 132 boxers who fought in the first Women's National Golden Gloves tournament, which was held in Augusta, Ga., from Aug. 12 to 14.
Robyn Labuda, 18
Fraser, Mich. Class: 165 Ibs
Kanicia Eley, 17
Newport News, Va. Class: 178 lbs.
Laura Luther, 13
Augusta, Ga. Class: 132 lbs.
Andrea Nelson, 33
Dodgeville, Wis. Class: 139 lbs.
Tonya Nunn, 25
Savoy, Ill. Class: 106 Ibs.
Kathleen Quirk, 18
Somcrvillc, Mass. Class: 201 Ibs.
Amber Gideon, 29
Warrenville, Ill. Class: 132 lbs.